Can you put two betta fish in a tank together?
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Keeping this in view, what happens if you put two betta fish together?
Yes, you can put two or more betta fish together, but you must follow some rules to prevent not only duels-to-the-death but the more common bullying. Don't put two males together. They will fight until one is dead. If this is your idea of entertainment, please leave the fish-keeping hobby.
Also, how big of a tank do you need for 2 betta fish? The best minimum tank size for a Betta fish is two and a half gallons. To be on the safe size, five gallons will be even better. The smaller the tank, the harder time you will have to keep it clean. A small tank will fill up with damaging toxins, like ammonia, more quickly.
Subsequently, one may also ask, can you put betta fish together in a tank?
Many people mistakenly believe that betta fish must be kept in “solitary confinement.” Female bettas can live together, and while male bettas will fight with other male bettas, they can be placed singly in a “community” aquarium containing other species of fish. These tiny containers are not suitable for any fish.
How many female bettas are in a tank?
4-6 female betta fish